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will analyze. >> let's not talk about gun violence. let's talk specifically about assault weapons. >> bill: cnn taking a bullish ban on controlling guns and ammo. they want that. big time. >> there are too many guns in this country. >> bill: we will tell you what is going on at cnn. >> joy for me. because i'm [inaudible] >> gutfeld, mcguirk on prince harry comparing combat in afghanistan to video caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. is hillary clinton the new barack obama in the eyes of the national media? that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. as you may know, i spend a lot of time analyzing media coverage of the political scene in this country. i do that because what the media reports shapes public opinion. and gives president obama, for example, a strong advantage in the national debate. not since john kennedy has the president received such soft coverage by the national press. and now they're even admitting it. >> the presence of obama even on the press corps. even on the peo
? they have been asking that question since 2008.ha >> look at cnn. they played the song "stupid girls" when doing a piece on governor palin. that's another example. watch. >> ♪ stupid girls ♪ stupid girls ♪ stupid girls >> sarah palin is apparently hungry for chicken and controversy. >> where do you begin? >> stupid girls is exceeded by stupid explanation by cnn where they said it had nothing to do with the news. it had nothing to do with the guest. and then they said it was a wrong choice. of course it does. every music segment you put in is put in for a reason. it is attached to the guest. so for them to deny reality explains why the average viewer ship of cnn is about -- >> that's why on my radio show i play cuts of obama saying the purpose is to inhale and i play waste land. >> people have reached their destination and there are more people who have stopped watching you at the end of the show thatst will ever begin watching cnn. their audience is down to 300,000. >> i don't know that. thank you. coming up at the end of the program, the single most outrageous example of media bias
? they've been asking that question since 2008. >> loox at cnn they play the song "stupid girls" when doing a piece on governor palin. watch. >> sara palin apparently hungry for chicken and controversy. >> stupid girls only exceeded by stupid explanations by cnn saying it had nothing to do with the news or guests. said it was a wrong choice. >> of course, every music thing you put is put in for a reason. it's attached to the guest. >> explains why the average viewership of cnn is about -- . >> on my radio show i the purpose was to inhale. >> people are turning offer the show because they reached their destination. there are more people who have stopped watching you at the end of the show that will ever begin watching cnn. their audience is down to 300,000. >> i don't know that. thank you. >> coming up at the end of the program, brent going reveal the outrageous example of media bias, coming up next, more on the media paneling of the 2012 election with our audience. plus, how so called journalists are aiding the white house in covering up facts in the ben fwazy terrorist attacks that k
viewers who click on every day. they are looking for cnn. it is sand cnn. that's what i am calling it now. >> are you saying they are looking for mainstream viewers or not? >> they are looking for regular viewers who just stuck their toes in, but it is their cnn. >> i am not sure i agree. that's possible though. back to you, greg. >> thanks. coming up until now i always got by on my own. i never really cared until i met you. not a story, just something lou dobbs mentioned to me. first, will britain take piers morgan back? spoiler alert, gummy bears. >>> across the pond they are notnd to. brit short for british don't want piers morgan there. they decide toady port the cnn host from america over his tabun control views. and now another petition called keep piers in the u.s. has tallied 8,000 signatures, almost the entire population of england and carries the message as clear as it is the opposite of to the clear. we want to keep piers morgan in the usa. discuss in the -- >> "lightning round ♪ " lightning round. >> let's get right to it. if you don't want them and we don't want it back, is
operatives hired by political news conferences as pundits. >> when cnn contributors, whether it's over at fox or be gala here or others at nsmnc and a-ha, she's speaking for obama and that's what they play when they hire people with a dual road. >> you saw glenn beck out at fox news and bill o'reilly and i think that damages the fox news brand. >> bill: well, it can't be too much damage to fox news brand, the highest rated prime time news program in the country and miss mason is obviously woefully uninformed, is this woman-- >> i have to take the factor and-- look, here is the thing, bill, the honest short answer is, i don't have a clue as to what she's talking about. howie kirtz raised a legitimate point when he talked about people who are motor commenttators on shows like this and political activists at the same time working for a party or a candidate, but the-- i mean, if she was implying, i've got to be honest, i don't know what she was saying, if she's implying you're in the tank, the only tank i can figure out you're in is in the bill o'reilly tank, you love bill o'reilly and. >> bill:
a flag lapel pin and then gets in bed, again, with an organization that cnn said in march of 2002 they are hiding information about usama bin laden that would be good for the united states. an organization that on the weekend has a regular, you know, like a jesus show except it's all about mohammed, where they are talking about oh, please, allah, give me the courage to stone the jews to death. i mean. >> bill: what's the name of that show? sticks and stones can break your bones i think. >> and al jazeera will kill you. >> bill: i have got to go. i heard one rumor i don't know whether you know it's true or not. al gore doesn't wear a flag lapel pin anymore. he wears lapel of an oil rig. >> i bet that man for the right price will wear anything on his lapel. >> bill: except a glenn beck button. >> thank you very much, bill. >> bill: beck, good to see you, man. lou dobbs on calling people who try to reform welfare racist. it's happened again. watters world looks at chaos on new year's eve. those reports up ahead. >> bill: lou's the boss segment tonight. as we reported earlier this wee
on sandy bill delay. from the philadelphia inquirer. christy, shame on congress. cnn, called it a bomb shell. is that too much dralm ajim? >> well, i mean, it works for christydoesn't it? the governor of new jersey set himself up as a figure looking down with mostly scorn at the democrats and republicans in terms of the middle of the country that feels anti-congress . not all that keen on president obama either it is a pretty good position. >> she - on he does have to run for reelection. >> the decision to delay the vote to make sure the money was well spent. bill kristol defended it. >> it is indefensible and we talk about well spent money, shut down the entire congress. come on, it was a political move and there was a response to a political move that was genuine not only by chris christy but pete king who said the same thing. disaster money should not be politicized. >> the point, justin critics of the bill said it was not all disaster relief. >> let it go to the floor. the speaker had an open vote and he could have done it here and they had the vote to pass it >> media mean seems t
. newark star, christy rips g.o.p. on sandy bill delay, cnn called it a bombshell. is that too much drama, jim? >> well, i mean, it works for christie, doesn't it? the governor of new jersey has now set himself up as a sort of triangulated figure looking down with mostly scorn at both the democrats and the republicans and in terms of the middle of the country, which feels very anti-congress and is sort of worried about the country's direction as a whole and not all that keen on president obama either, it's a pretty good position to be in. >> jon: he does have to rin for reelection. the decision to delay the vote to make sure that the money was being well-spent, i know bill crystal defended it in the weekly standard, anybody else? >> oh, no, i think it's indefensible. if we're going to start talking about well-spent money you might as well shut down the entire congress. come on, this was clearly a political move. there was a response to a political move that was genuine, not only by chris christie, but by pete king, who said the same thing, disaster money should not be politicized and i th
limbaugh there is all kinds of criticism directed at musburger but when cnn had a new year's eve sim ui lighted oral sex incident between cooper and griffin, it didn't get attention. >> that has bone pace on that for years. giayd was over quickly. alabama went to a 28-0
as well. jim, we had cnn's jim saying he had to pinch himself. al roker screaming to get the president's attention. what happened to reporting? >> don't forget chris matthews comparing it to the gettysburg address. i think that noah rothman summarized it very well. he said this is a tale of two inaugurals. in 2005, which is to say bush 43 second inaugural smead i can't sneers in 2013. media cheers. he could be alluding to the endless discussion of how great mrs. obama was dressing and kids and so on. how this was great. in contrast to the 2005 inaugural just 8 short years ago when the discussion was any money spent on the inaugural washo coming at the expense of the poor. when unemployment was a couple points lower than it is now. meanwhile the iraq war, et cetera, et cetera. mr. rothman completely nailed the sense of bias, i salute him in his efforts here. >> what about that kirsten? do reporters not have memories? [ laughter ] >> that's a loaded question. no, i think there is a little bit of a double standard here clearly. the economy is still in a bad can't say they are no longer po
at fordham university. newark, delaware, correspondent for cnn who now teaches at the university of delaware. ralph, we get with you, can you defend ms. has son. >> i'm not in the position to defend any individual editor asking a newspaper or any real news organization to keep public information covered up i think is asking a news organization to do something they just don't do. >> bill: so you think that's what this is all about if they didn't publish the information they would have covered it up. >> the information is already public. >> bill: no they got it by a freedom of information ability. >> applied for their permits and they gave up their information. they gave to the government. the government made it public. >> bill: they fought the information. the paper filed a freedom of information act. one county putnam is defying it for public safety reasons and you saying that they would cover it up? they actively sought to do. this they actively sought to invade the privacy of the gun owners. as you know ravel or you should know in connecticut there is a law that says you can't give out tha
, cnn, and msnbc, et cetera. now, finally, while it has always stood very strong opinions, most american tv viewers will finally as the university of hofstra lets you decide for yourself. >>guest: whether you see al-jazeera as a legitimate news organization that is offering a perspective that is not often seen in the united states or you see it as a kind of complete propaganda cool, in either case, it offers a way to understanding the way people in another part of the world with another set of beliefs see the world and see us. >> hard to argue with that. time warner cable decided it will not carry it as i said, and impossible for us to say if it was a political or commercial consideration but they may have exercised a contract clause allowing them to say you change the programming significantly so we don't have to worry it. >>gregg: from what i read, al gore could make up to $100 million on this. no wonder he is happy. >>jonathan: pretty happy guy. he was a co-founder of current tv and it has been sold as we mentioned for something like $500 million and al gore's portion of that and prof
. earlier this week, the subject caused an interesting exchange between press secretary jay carny and cnn jessica. >> i know you cahafe at the president is not very fond of work going up there and being co-factor. >> there is a such a long history of presidents going up there. >> well, oh, say they have people. >> i think that is a television program. go ahead. over our heads. >> west wing you know. anyway, go ahead. some may wonder if the media might be turnog the obama administration . snorks not a chance. where else are they going to go? the media may get testy with the president in his second term. they are beginning to believe at times there is not the transparency and we were all promised. but if you think that the main streamm media is suddenlyy become honest and objective critic of this administration, then please contact me. i have magnificent ocean front property in missouri i would love to sell you. the president is anything to be enaugusterated for second term. his motorcade will include one limo with a license play. taxation without representation . the slogan was endorsed an
. it was a big day for the media as well. jim, we had cnn jim acosta saying he had to pinch himself. we saw al roker screaming to get the president's attention. what happened to reporting? >> don't forget chris mathews comparing it to the gettysburg address. i think that the media, some, some summarized it as well, tale of two inaugurations, and with bush 43, media sneers and obama, the media cheers. and how the kids are dressing and contrast to 2005 inaugural eight short years ago, and discussion was money spent on the inaugural, cutting into the poor and the iraq war et cetera, et cetera. and mr. rothman completely nailed the sense of bias and i absolute him in his efforts. >> jon: what about that, kirsten, do reporters not have memories? (laughter) >> that's a loaded question, no, i think there's a little bit of a double standard here. clearly, the economy is still in a bad place and you can't say that there are no longer poor people. and they're concerned about spending back when bush was president and should be concerned now. we did an interview earlier michael hastings, the rolling ston
look at the line-up on one side, the liberal media you start with abc, nbc, cbs, cnn, pbs, msnbc, elite newspapers and one remaining news magazine. it doesn't stop anywhere. on the other side, talk radio, fox news. they can't stand the fact that they no longer have a monopol monopoly. it ought to be taken as a compliment. what i said about rupert murdock the genius is understanding and locating a niche audience in broadcast cable news. which is half the american people. half that suffered for decades by the fact you get news presented from a single perspective over and over again. finally, the fact that there is a new perspective, talk radio and fox, and they can't stand it. source of pride. >> do you -- [ inaudible ] "60 minutes"? >> probably not. softy. if you are the official paper in egypt and had interview like this with the president you would be embarrassed. >> you have corporate executives that look at the land scape of the american television and the response is what we need is network to the left of msnbc. so a gore created daunt is now al-jazeera. there is a really other worl
it was fox news. because after when the raid was going on between 5:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m., cnn no, coverage found. >> dana: "miami herald" did run it. >> kimberly: they are doing their job. >> greg: i keep thinking all the time there is no way in heck i would run for office. when i see who is in office, i'm definitely qualified. >> eric: at what they are up to? >> kimberly: the good news is the main stream media says there shouldn't consideration of this whatsoever. coming up, why are high school students reciting the "pledge of allegiance" to american flag in arabic. some don't like it. the school's principal is not backing down. that's next on "the five." ♪ ♪ my colleagues with "the five." ♪ ♪ ♪ >> eric: as the father of a high school student and proud american this hits home. kids in rocky mountain high school are allowed to say the "pledge of allegiance" to our flag old glory, in arabic. over the school intercom system. principal tom lopez is standing by the decision. hang in there bo
president? across the dial we were treated to scenes like cnn's jim acosta telling wolf blitzer, quote, you know, i feel like i should pinch myself right now. or nbc's al roker shouting and whooping it up for the president and vice president like he was at a mardi gras parade. he finally did get a handshake from the vice president. and if that's not enough for you, consider this from cnn's tom foreman, he concedes he has written president obama a letter for every single day of his presidency, some 1400 altogether. let's talk about it with ellen rattner, bureau chief for talk radio's view service and contributing editor and writer jim pinkerton. ellen, does any of this seem over the top to you? the. >> first of all, i don't think press should be clapping or anything else at any kind of political event. on the other hand, this was a great day for americans, and it doesn't really matter whether it was president bush or ip august rated, you know, i sat there, and i said we really do have a peaceful transfer of power. and that is something to really be celebrated. so were they celebrating this p
to cut calories from their beverages. it is running on cable newschannels like this one. cnn and spike tv, let's all drink it in together. >> we will continue to work with scientists and nutritionists on innovative things like zero calorie all natural sweeteners. beating obesity will take action by awful us based on one -- by all of us based on one fact. all calories count no matter where they come from including coca-cola. if you eat and drink more calories than you burn off, you will gain weight. >> of course, critics are reacting critically saying that if coke were serious about fighting obesity they would stop fighting soda taxes. said one nonfanned of the brand, and i quote, it looks like a page of control 101. let's discuss this in the -- >> lightning rooooouuuunnnddd. lightning round. >> there you have it. is it more of a business move or is it coke really serious about fighting obesity? >> i don't know what pr person told them this was a good move. everybody knows consuming calories makes you heavier. there is nothing new here. to say we are talking to scientists to tell us how to
into the second term. >> it's embarrassing as hell. >> when cnn covered the nomination of jack lew for treasury a second it ran a banner said another white man added to second term cabinet. even now the national organization for women sent an email that proved the old adage hell hath no fury like a woman scorned. i'm just repeating that i didn't originate it on my radio show i simply stated the obvious as already affirmed by the not so conservative "new york times" charlie rangel now and others. and that's president's cabinet and inner circles seem loaded with testosterone and running a little low on estrogen. for the women who thought that the president had promised women a more prominent role in his administration, i just remind to you review the speeches democratic national convention. the cry from the podium was not so much for positions of authority, but for free birth control pills and abortions. any time, any place for any reason and it at no cost. the image of wom democrats' convention was that women were utterly helpless unless the government stepped in and provided birth control and a
by the the -- by the media at large. >> the mainstream media is not going after him for this? cnn had a column on it. >> but if you just say that it is usually true. >> thank you, bill. >> you are welcome. >> that's the thing. he is getting mocked by current tv staffers who believed in the nonsense he was shoveling for all of these years. they said we never took big oil money for advertising. and then he sold it to big oil. it is like, yes, big oil is fine, you jerk. >> diane, you pointed out he has been the hipocrite for years and has pay -- has paid -- >> i think this is the first time. the reason was he was a hipocrite and went against their beliefs for once. now all of a sudden he is getting nailed for it which he never has in the past. >> does anybody care he said he wanted to sell his network to somebody that had his values and he chose al jazeera? >> i say good for him. >> he wouldn't sell it to glen beck, but he thought al jazeera was closer to his values. >> if those are his values, john. >> what are the values? >> i absolutely don't know. >> i don't know what are al jazeera's values? >> yo
newses and cnns and the bbcs and so i think that that's interesting thing. i don't know how many people are going to visit it but it would if people visit it will be interesting to see how that plays out time warner has said it is canceling contract with current tv and, therefore, will not carry al jazeera. they say that's a commercial rather than a political decision and that they will keep, quote, an open mind. jon? >> jon: current tv founder al gore seems pretty happy about this. >> his slice of that reported $500 million selling price is likely to be pretty large as one of the co-founders. he always -- he also seems to agree with al jazeera's view. he said, for instance, curement tv goals to give voice though those who are not typically geraldo to. speak truth to power to. provide independent and diverse points of view and to tell the stories that no one else is telling. al jazeera, like current, believes that facts and truth lead to a better understanding of the world around us. in a few months, one imagines that millions of americans will be able to decide for themselves whether t
double speak out of washington, dc as usual. cnn, reporting report% of americans got their taxes raised with this little shenanigan they finished, and the headline is in increase in the payroll tax by 2%, and so everyone got that regardless of your tax bracket and. >> neil: when you see the shock of that -- a loud of people thought only the rich got hit and then this payroll tax was not renewed, and republicans and democrats agreed, not renewing it. they say i have less take home regardless. what do they do? >> i think one more time they feel like they got the shaft out of washington. people talking out of one side of their mouth and doing things out of the other side of their mouth. one more reason that congress and this administration continues to have dropping ratings with the public. as far also what you too physically and mechanically in your house, things you can control, is you have to be on the b word, be on the dreaded budget and have to absorb this extra milking that the government is giving -- >> neil: where the easiest areas to go after? you break down for
accounting office report would be buried by the media and indeed it was. not even mentioned on cnn. he has to know the president in his inaugural today motion rather than getting the mechanics in a country in place where everybody can prosper. he has to know road to disaster he doesn't care. difference being smart and wise. i'm not at all sure he is ride. >> can he read the gao report? can he read? >> he can. but i think his view of that is basically goes something like this: and i can't read hits mind. my sense is he believes that the economy is recovering that the recovery will in time gain steam because recovery already has. with that will come a gush everywhere of tax receipts which will help of offset deficits and reduce the need to borrow so much money that in time these things will take care of themselves and moreover -- >> >> bill: wait, clearly the report says to him because he is the leader of the nation you must cut and reform entitlements, u. must do it. no matter what happens with the economy and no matter what happens with the tax receipts, you have to do that bus it's unsus
on it, we have abdicated broadcasting arena. yeses we have private stations, cnn, fox, nbc, all of that, they are out there, they convey information but we are not doing what we did during the cold war. our broadcasting board of governors is practically defunct in terms of capacity to be able to tell a message around the world. we are abdicating the ideological arena. we need to get back into it. we have the best values and best narrative. most people in the world just want to have a good, decent life that is supported by a good decent job and raise their families and we let the jihad narrative fill a void. we need to get in this and compete. we can do it successfully. >> over to the ohio representative. >> madam secretary, first i thank you for your service. i wish you the best in your future endeavors, mostly. i have a couple of questions but i do want to take a moment or two to say a couple of words about our late ambassador chris stevens, many members and staff on our committee have had the opportunity to know and to work with him even before he was named our u.s. ambassador to liby
. >> bill: absolutely. anderson cooper at cnn says he doesn't care. so what? and i'm sure a lot of americans feel the same way. making a big deal out of this. jennifer lopez says you have to prerecord some stuff because of slap back, which i don't really know what that is, but i assume that's the the venue isn't a good sound venue and that's why she did it. >> yeah, anderson's comment bothered me the most. i heard hillary clinton before the senate when she was asked about the benghazi raid about whether, you know at this point the administration was now saying indeed it was not a spontaneous uprising and her answer was what difference does it make? you know what difference it makes? is this why the public doesn't trust the government and this is why the public thinks that the moon landing was faked and this is why the public trust is declining in all of our institutions because we have been shown again and again that we're willing to accept lies simply to avoight the consequences of presenting reality. well, the best place to draw the line is at the small stuff. if we don't tolerate beyonce
on either msnbc or cnn and think what they're supposed to be, dealing with ahmadinejad or iran and yet, they're like getting into petty squabbles with networks. >> remember what the president said. he said there are lots of republicans who really would want to work with democrats, but they're just afraid of being punished by fox. well, the fact is that there's a lot of significant difference between republicans and democrats on the hill right now. fox news has nothing to do with it. they have significantly different visions of how much money the government should spend and how much it should tax. >> of course, there is a stion,s are more inclined to compromise and i've heard senator harry reid's feet to the fire on this whole budget business because unless he puts a budget on the table, there can't begin to be a discussion to compromise. so, you know, he should call up senator harry reid and tell him to start compromising. >> the president said that for a long time. that he and the democrats are more willing to compromise than the republicans, but somehow the compromise doesn't happen. >> an
that members of a party wouldn't go on ms-nbc or here or cnn. if you think they are supposed to be dealing with ahmadinejad of iran but they are squabbling with the networks. >> he said, there are lots of republicans who would work with the democrats, but they are afraid of being punished by fox. there is a lot of significant difference between the republicans and the democrats on the hill. fox news has nothing to do with this. they have significantly different visions of how much government -- money the government should spend and how much it should tax. >> of course, there is the suggestion in the article that the democrats are more inclined to compromise. of course, i have held senator harry reid's fight to the fire on the budget business because unless he puts a budget on the table, there can't begin to be a discussion to compromise. so, you know -- he should call up senator reid and tell him to start compromising. >> the president has said that for a long time, said that he and the democrats are more willing to compromise, but somehow, the compromise doesn't happen. >> as they say, ne
" interview with president obama and secretary of state clinton was so soft. on cnn last night, pirees morgan asked cbs steve croft why president obama keeps coming on "60 minutes." croft said, "i think it's a question of fairness. i think he knows that we are not going to play gotcha with him and he are not going to go out of our way to make him look bad or stupid and we'll let him answer the questions. news besters said of -- news busters said of that answer how proud folks at cbs must be where they have an environment that the president of the united states feels comfortable coming on their network without any concern he might be challenged and therefore look bad or stupid. atlantic panned the interview calling it embarrassing failure is that uncovered no new information, arguing the daily show's jon steb wart asks tougher questions. "there is something deeply wrong with american journalism when the host of a half-hour comedy show with a left-leaning audience easily outperforms an award-winning "60 minutes" correspondent." a 5-year-old boy in cape cod, massachusetts, faces a possible suspe
to say the least. on cnn, charles blow from something called "the new york times" called it black face with voices and adds barbara lipert went on" the today show" to claim that this is so racist. >> they are adorable. >> they really are. >> if you want to raise a raccoon, take notes. i grew up with one. hello to rocky. oh, he is deaf too. >> dye app, what do you -- diane, what do you think of this ad? racist, stupid or awesome? >> it is definitely not racist. the people calling it racist are a little of both of those things. first of all it is highlighting an accent which not all jamaican people are black. and it is highlighting the fact that jamaican people are known for being happy. how is it offensive? >> it is a positive at trough beaut. attribute. and it is saying, hey, they have a good -- what do you call it this it is a world view and everything is great. it is not like it is an insult. >> we are all focusing on the accent. is it a good ad? i thought it was a nothing burger. >> i think it is a good commercial, but -- >> it is racist because the guy is white as if there are no w
the raid was going on between 5:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m., cnn no, coverage found. >> dana: "miami herald" did run it. >> kimberly: they are doing their job. >> greg: i keep thinking all the time there is no way in heck i would run for office. when i see who is in office, i'm definitely qualified. >> eric: at what they are up to? >> kimberly: the good news is the main stream media says there shouldn't consideration of this whatsoever. coming up, why are high school students reciting the "pledge of allegiance" to american flag in arabic. some don't like it. the school's principal is not backing down. that's next on "the five." ♪ ♪ mom's oven-baked tastes straight from the microwave. like oven-roasted chicken in a creamy alfredo sauce. marie callender's new comfort bakes. it's timto savor. [ ship horn blows ] no, no, no! stop! humans. one day we're coming up with the theory of relativity, the next... not so much. but that's okay -- you're covered with great ideas like optional better car replacement from liberty mutual insurance. total your car and we give you the money to buy one a model ye
's name is tom forman and he is an anchor and a reporter at cnn, for example. >> alisyn: well, okay. and brian gives me the segue. you're making it sound a little more hello, god, are you there, it's me, margaret. >> steve: did you read the letter. >> alisyn: i read the first one and how he describes some of the 1400 letters, he wrote one every single day of the president's administration. and he says, they're not as fn letters, but having a conversation and the president invited the american public to communicate with him and tom took him literally. mr. president, congratulations, watches you on the podium surrounded by hundreds of thousands of americans i could not help, but be inspired by the miracle of democracy and greatness of our nation, and a question for ny idea what you've gotten yourself into. i know you're busy today, but call when you can, regards, tom. >> every single letter. all of the letters signed off with call when you can. it's kind of weird na a reporter is writing to the president of the united states and expecting a call. >> yeah. >> but maybe, tom, after the
with a report. >> the president of the national rifle association said in a cnn interview last night that by inviting his organization into the white house, the administration was just checking a box so they could say they met with supporters of the second amendment. here's the n.r.a.'s official statement. "we were disappointed with how little this meeting had to do with keeping our children safe and how much it had to do with an agenda to attack the second amendment while claiming that no policy proposals would be prejudiced, this task force spent most of its time on restrictions on lawful firearms owners. based on that, it does not sound like there is much common ground between the national rifle association and the white house." but the vice president indicated otherwise. he also says he thinks a great deal can be done without in any way impinging on the rights the second amendment guarantees. >> i committed to them i'd have these recommendations to them by tuesday. it doesn't mean it's the end of the discussion. but the public wants us to act. >> today at 2:15 the vice president
and to the point where their president, a member of the muslim brotherhood is being very public an interview on cnn planning to ask president obama personally about this, he wants him released and at minimum wants to know about his prison conditions and whether they can be improved and more humane because he's an old man. do you think any americans give a flying fig he's an old man and doesn't like his prison conditions? >> no, in fact, i agree with you. i think the only regret americans have is he's still alive. quite frankly. the president of the united states should not even consider or contemplate any type of request like this, which is why the president, i believe president obama should cut this short right now, say he's going to die in an american prison, under better conditions than anyone in an egyptian prison and all human rights requirements, end of discussion right then and there. >> megyn: why would they consider this? why, why would they consider doing this? >> perhaps they feel it's a show of good faith on our part, they want to set up better negotiations or better relations with mors
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